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Updated Jul 24, 2019 @ 9:58 am

Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga haven’t reunited since their much-talked about 2019 Oscars performance (you remember—the one with really convincing acting), but that may change soon.

The former co-stars may be meeting up on the red carpet in August for the MTV Video Music Awards…because they’ve both been nominated for A Star is Born. The nominations, announced Tuesday, July 23rd, saw Gaga and Cooper nominated for two awards for the movie’s song “Shallow”: Song of the Year and Best Collaboration. Given that headline-making Oscars show, it wouldn’t be far-fetched for them to win at least one of these awards and show up to accept together.

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Cooper last spoke of a possible reunion for the two during an appearance on The Ellen DeGeneres Show earlier this year, telling the host,

We’re still holding out hope for that live reading but, until then, a red carpet reunion will suffice. The VMAs will air on Aug. 26 at 8 p.m. ET/PT. We can’t wait to (hopefully) see the pair reunite.